Upcoming Events

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Saturday, April 20th

Location: BCC MP1
Time: 7pm

Friday, March 1st and Saturday March 2nd: Coffee House

Location: BCC MP1
Time: 7pm

Thursday, Feb 1: BHM Kick-Off High on the Hog

  • BHM Kick-Off High on the Hog Location: Black Cultural Center MP1
  • Time: 6pm

qr code registerOur opening Black history month event brings us back together for a new season of High on the Hog. We will come together to screen the first episode of season two. The screening will be followed by a meal that has been intentionally curated to highlight several of the dishes that are featured in this episode.

Pre-registration is required

Friday, Feb 2: First Friday At the Table: Cards and the Community

  • Location: Black Cultural Center MP1
  • Time: 5pm-until

qr code registerJoin us for our inaugural BCC cards tournament. Historically, thecard games of spades and bid whist have been one of the mostimportant games in the African American community. Both aregames of analysis and skill. The tournament will featurecompetition for both partners and individuals.

Please sign up using this link.

Monday, Feb 5: Black Graduate Colloquium Series: Resilience

Practices for Graduate School Success

  • Location: Black Cultural Center MP2
  • Time: 6pm

qr code registerJoin the Black Cultural Center for our inaugural Graduate Colloquium series as we tackle the topic of resiliency and graduate student life. Dr. Vernese Edghill Walden, Vice-President of Equity and Inclusive Excellence at Bucknell University, will discuss practices of care for graduate students including practical strategies for managing and balancing multiple expectations. Co-sponsored by the Office of Graduate Diversity Initiatives and the Black Graduate Student Association.

Register here

Thursday, Feb 8: Reverse Career and Networking - The Career  Exchange

  • Location: BCC Formal Lounge and MP1/MP2
  • Time: 6pm - 9pm

qr code registerThe Black Cultural Center and the Nu chapter of Kappa Alpha Psifraternity, Incorporated invite you to participate in the Career Exchange networking event. This event is set up as an opportunity for employers to interact with various student organizations and to network with other students. Students willhave the opportunity to showcase the skills acquired through participation in organizations while interacting with companies ina boutique setting.

Register here

Friday, Feb 16: Study Abroad Event - BCC BE Abroad

  • Location: Black Cultural Center MP1
  • Time: 12pm-2pm

qr code registerThe study abroad experience can be one of the most transformative experiences in a student's college experience. Join us for a session on studying abroad. Learn more about the Black Cultural Center’s upcoming study abroad experience to Portugal. Hear from study abroad professionals and those who have participated in study abroad. Get the answers you need to have a once in a lifetime experience.

Register here

Thursday, Feb 22: Dr. Johnny Huston Lecture Series: Dr. Ryan Hynd,  Talk and Reception

  • Location/Time: Lecture 3:30pm MATH 175
  • Reception: 5:30pm Formal Lounge

The 2024 Dr. Johnny Houston Lecture series will feature Dr. Ryan Hynd Associate Professor of Mathematics at the University of Pennsylvania. Join us at the Black Cultural Center for a reception after the lecture. Presented in\ conjunction with the Math Department.

12/1 -Cultural Arts Festival, 7PM @ the BCC
12/2 -Cultural Arts Festival, 6 PM @ Indianapolis Artsgarden
12/7 -Pre-Kwanzaa event, 6 PM Room MP1 @the BCC
11/3 -First Friday, 1 PM @ the BCC
10/6 -First Friday, 1 PM @ the BCC
10/18 -Alumni Speaker Series -Kendra Bracken Fergeson, 7 PM Room M P1 @ the BCC
10/19 -High On The Hog, 4-6 PM @ the BCC
9/16 -Friends & Family Day, Noon-3 PM @the BCC
9/23 -Grandmaster Flash, 7:30 PM @ Loeb Playhouse
9/29 -Coffee House, 7 M @ the BCC